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Saturday, August 15, 2015

Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico Nationals Clog the Immigration Courts - Blandon Law in Florida Can Help with Asylum

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Over forty percent of the persons that the Department of Homeland Security is trying to deport in Immigration Courts are from Central America.  The Florida firm of Blandon Law specializes in asylum for many of these persons. 


Our attorneys travel to Immigration Court hearings anywhere in the United States.  All team members speak Spanish.  With asylum, not only do persons in court avoid deportation, they also get a work permit and -- if we win -- status that allows them to get a green card one year later.


Persons from Central America continue to outnumber those from Mexico when DHS seeks deportation orders in Immigration Court, according to the latest government data obtained by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC). The full report can be found at this link.


During the first ten months of fiscal year 2015, 42 percent of DHS filings involved individuals from Central America, primarily Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. This figure is up from 25 percent three years ago in fiscal year 2012.

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